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Topic - Michael Harris
Boasting no color, no taste and no smell, the tap water from the Mount View-Edgewood Water Co. in Edgewood, Wash. (pop. 9,387) made a big splash, taking top honors Wednesday at the 13th annual national taste-test competition sponsored by the National Rural Water Association.
"Philadelphia has always been a great baseball town, but while playing in Veterans Stadium prior to 2004 our fan base consisted primarily of baseball 'diehards' and families," said Michael Harris, director of marketing and special projects. "In Citizens Bank Park, we've certainly enjoyed a general expansion of our fan base and a resurgence in the younger demographic attending our games."
The water companies comply with quality standards stipulated by the federal government and "at that point, it's purely up to the judges," he said.